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Samuel Teets is a third-year English Literature PhD candidate interested in the intersections of performance and literary studies. He currently teaches WRIT 150: Thematic Identity and Diversity as an Assistant Lecturer through the USC Writing Program. He is a contact improvisational dancer and works to bring the disciplines of both dance and literature to bear on politics of reading and moving in the United States, especially as it relates to communities of color and LGBTQ communities. A former teacher of both the New Haven and New York City Public School systems, Samuel is passionate about educational equality, board games, and learning how to play the cello.